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just six weeks ago from columbus, ohio, where my family has been living for a long time. i've been in for 25 years and what attracted me to this area is -- other than the obvious, really is the jewish community here and its creativity and its imagination about what a future of jewish life can be. i was really moetd vated and inspired by the people i met here, and i also really like the -- the colleagues, the people that are in the east way. they're bright and imaginative and willing to adventure and explore about the future. >> and cantorburg esz, when you say that you lived here and you're new to the area, what attracted you to become a cantor and to -- >> oh, gosh. how much time do you have? >> i know. it's a big question. >> i was a professional musician my entire adult life. and i started performing the dutys of a cantor as a soloist about 14 or 15 years ago and became hooked on it and realized that there was more to it than just singing the good service and i decided that if i wanted to continue this work that i needed to understand litter ji and i needed to understand what i
years before columbus; at its edge, the towers of paradise. and an immediate best seller, columbus' description of his voyage to the new world, published in 1493. in a certain way, the library is kind of the attic of western civilization. >> father michael collins: it's so true. and it's like many attics, you know? you put things up all the time. you keep on pushing over boxes to make space for more things. >> safer: father michael collins is an irish priest who's written extensively about the vatican, where the library's shelves, if you put them end to end, would stretch for 31 miles. is there anyone, any single person who really knows what the library holds? >> collins: nobody knows exactly what's there, because it will be impossible for the human brain to understand, to remember the titles, who wrote it, when they were written. >> monsignor cesare pasini: it is quite a treasure of humanity that you have here. >> safer: monsignor cesare pasini presides over the library. its great hall-- essentially unchanged over the centuries-- is a picture gallery of antiquity: saints, philosop
to columbus avenue and powell street. cbs 5 political insider phil matier shows us there's still a lot of work that needs to be done to make that a reality. >> as we look at the future of the city of san francisco, i think it would make all the sense in the world. >> reporter: that was muni chief ed reiskin explaining why he is now proposing to extend the $1.6 billion central subway from chinatown to this abandoned theater in north beach. >> it would be great for north beach. it's an important neighborhood for the city. it would be great for the city. >> reporter: it would also be good politics. you see, the subway was going to stop here in chinatown but to get all the equipment in and out to build it, they would have to keep boring on down the street to north beach and pull all the machinery out by digging a big pit here at this intersection. >> it's going to disrupt the whole neighborhood and damage businesses. >> reporter: so the feeling was, chinatown gets the subway station and north beach gets the shaft. >> i've heard that phrase. i think they raise a very legitimate point. >> reporter:
of market to stockton and washington streets. the plan would also require digging up a section of columbus avenue in north beach to extract equipment when the project is done. merchants and residents complain it will wreck the neighborhood and ruin business. a group of businesses has already filed a lawsuit over plans to dig the massive hole in north beach. stay tuned there. >> no kidding. >>> 6:15. let's check the roads. >> gianna is in for liz today. good morning. >> good morning. we have a couple of things brewing on the roads. first of all, reports of an accident northbound 101 right at 3rd between candlestick and 3rd blocking one lane. that vehicle hit the guardrail. not seeing too many delays just yet. it's still early this morning. but again, if you are planning on taking 101 this morning, here's a live look at conditions. traffic flowing along. you might see some activity there on the right shoulder. 280 looks like a good alternate in the meantime if you want to use that instead. golden gate bridge an easy ride out of marin county. 13 to 14 minutes from san francisco. great highway
, indiana, indianapolis, and columbus, ohio, blizzard conditions with over a foot of snow expected there. so where do we expect the most severe weather today? eastern parts of georgia, south carolina, north carolina, and southern parts of virginia. and on northern side of this system, it's cold air, it's snow, and a lot of it. blizzard-like conditions in the ohio valley. later today and tonight, interior portions of the northeast and i think places in pennsylvania and upstate new york, maybe syracuse maybe state college, pennsylvania may see one to two feet of snow and add to that winds of 50 miles an hour, a lot of the big airports in the east effected. we're going to see a lot of travel problems during the day today. >> jeff berardelli thanks. >>> fears for a perfect storm for an economic disaster are growing with the fiscal cliff just six days away. a new poll finds 50% of americans think president obama and congress will reach a deal in time but that number has dropped in the past week. president obama plans to cut short his family vacation in hawaii leaving f
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